A couple months ago, I received "A Thousand Lives" by Julia Scheeres from Calliope's Reviews and Stitching News. I was very young when the Jonestown disaster happened so I really didn't know too much about it. The author does a good job of bringing Jim Jones and his followers to life. The book reads more like a novel than a nonfiction book. Considering the topic, it was an easy quick read. If you are interested in reading this book, leave a comment saying so, and I'll mail it to you.
Remember my dilemma from last week? The "frog poop" (as Dee affectionately called it) left over from the red threads. Tape, toothbrush, boo-boo stick, and even stitching/frogging with white didn't help at all.
Since my neck/shoulder/arm has been giving me trouble, I've slowed way down on the stitching (and housework, and yard work, and Homestead projects). I did start a small project for the Ornament SAL since I'm two months behind! The chart and threads are from a Needle Magic kit. The fabric is 22ct Hardanger I hand-dyed last year.